Top new products: September

11. Rebelle aperitif

London’s Rebel Distillers has launched an apéritif that combines traditional botanical copper pot distillation with perfumery and flavour extraction. Purporting to have a third less sugar than Aperol, the rose-hued drink has aromas of tropical mango, yuzu and lavender, while on the palate it is bittersweet with herbal notes and “lingering citrus’. Matt McGivern, CEO of Rebel Distillers, says the apéritif can be used to make a spritz, mixed with Champagne and also used in a Negroni.

RRP: £19.

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One Response to “Top new products: September”

  1. Organic & bio dynamic cultured grapes are the demand of this present day conscious wine drinkers bcoz our guest too demand explanation on benefits of being Labelled Organic n
    delicious sulphur free wines there’s a myth that organic wines are inferior but it’s a necessity to taste n explain to our customers the benefits of this category of wine Certified organically grown n certified are they worth the price & hope the taste doesn’t differ need of the hour is how do we elaborate the taste character n benefits to upsell these wines remains a constraint

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